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SMS led stays on Liquid E (S100)

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Hello everyone,

Since 3 days I have a strange problem on my Liquid E:

The sms/email led on the top stays on (no blinking). I tried several reboots, which didn't solve the problem.

As soon as the phone asks for the sim code the led goes on and stays on.

First I thought it had to do with the rom (tl rom), but I had this problem never in the past.

So I cleaned the phone, installed a new rom (liquid metal rom). But this didn't solve the problem.

So at this moment I have a 100% working phone with the SMS/Email led on for all time.

Is there anything I could try to fix it?

Thanks,

Maurice

(NL)

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Posted (edited) · Report post

Have you tried going to original stock froyo bin?

Edited by renzs
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Hello All,

I found out the problem... I updated the "Go taskmanager" program.

This causes the led to stay on.

I have removed it and everything works fine again.

Regards,

Maurice

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